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1961 Renault 2,5T Galion 4x4 Sinpar VIR 1001 B [R2240]

1961 Renault 2,5T Galion 4x4 Sinpar [R2240] in Sous le signe du taureau, Movie, 1968 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Fire truck — Model origin: FR

1961 Renault 2,5T Galion 4x4 Sinpar VIR 1001 B [R2240]

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KKBoey CA

2015-03-26 16:41

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...
FIRETRUCKNOTSIMPLETRUCK.
*Explodes into somewhere else*

Gamer DE

2015-03-26 16:43

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And we have a box feature for marking vehicles...

antp BE

2015-03-26 17:50

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We didn't six years ago when this was added

sixcyl FR

2015-03-28 10:22

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Not in the range 750Kg/1000kg , but bigger 2,5T Galion.

JB FR

2015-05-04 22:41

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Error:
Class:Trucks,Fire truck.

eLMeR TV

2015-05-04 23:52

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Aren't Galion and 2,5T an unnecessary repetition (1), the same way Sinpar and 4x4 can be?
Secondly, as
VIR : Véhicule d'Intervention rural (Rural operations vehicle),
VITT : Véhicule d'Intervention Tout Terrain (All-terrain operations vehicle),
• VIP: Véhicule d'Intervention Polyvalent (Versatile operations vehicle),
which one is really this one, as the scene seems to take place on an airfield?
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1: all the more as the 2,5T has been renamed Galion from 1959 onwards. As this one is said to be a 1961 model (on what clues?), should it still have 2,5T in its name?

-- Last edit: 2015-05-05 00:44:16

DidierF FR

2015-05-05 00:42

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There is at least one point of interest in naming one of these Renault "2,5T" and "Galion" (as far as it is correct to call them Galion): it makes the search easier, when one have, for any reason, to extract all Renault 2,5T used, whatever their code number or their official name at the dealers' be.

eLMeR TV

2015-05-05 00:58

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Shouldn't we call them 2,5T/Galion, then, to show that these names are 2 possibilities (like C/K for GM trucks)? The way it is written for now gives the impression that it is a single name, which is (as far as I know) impossible. See the note in my previous comment.

(About the codes: from what I have seen, I'm almost sure it's more a guess than anything, for some of them ;) )

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